Cathodic Protection

Today, many man-made structures using steel face harsh futures from the ravages of their natural enemy-corrosion. The cost of corrosion has proven to be almost incalculable as it shortens the life of every structure comprised of steel. De Nora’s cathodic protection anodes, marketed under the trade names of LIDA® and ELGARD®, provide customers with a solution to this problem.

When used as part of a properly designed impressed current cathodic protection system, De Nora's family of cathodic protection anodes have proven to be a time tested solution to extending the longevity of any steel structure. Whether the structure is a pipeline, a storage tank or steel re-inforced concrete, De Nora has an anode geometry for your specific application. Both the LIDA® and ELGARD® lines of CP anodes are available through an exclusive network of licensed distributors or authorized suppliers.

CONCRETE PROTECTION

Cathodic protection of steel re-enforced concrete structures such as parking garages, bridge decks, and wharf and pier structures is found under the brand name ELGARD® and LIDA®.

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CONVENTIONAL PROTECTION

Anodes for the cathodic protection of industrial steel structures such as pipelines, underground storage tanks, above ground storage tanks, locks, dams, offshore platforms and water boxes are marketed under the LIDA® brand name.

All offshore structures, platforms and pipelines require a comprehensive, on-going plan to mitigate the corrosion caused by the seawater environment. Over time and as the structures age the legacy cathodic protection systems require refurbushment in order to extend the useful life of the structure. This life extension requirement can range from 5 to 20 years. A cathodic protection system such as the LIDA TSA® (Tensioned String Anode) is comprised of mixed metal oxide anodes that can be specifically designed to deliver the performance needed to extend the life of any offshore structure.

DE NORA ATTENDS NUMEROUS REGIONAL CATHODIC PROTECTION TRADESHOWS & CONFERENCES EACH YEAR.

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